Sunday, 7 December 2008

Benefits of massage for your pet

  • relaxation (of tension)

  • improves general health and well-being

  • soothing (of aching muscles and the mind)

  • therapeutic (lessens inflammation and swelling, prevents adhesions by stretching connective tissue)

  • tones (muscles and body) and prevents injury

  • Nervous System will benefit (stresses and strains may be considerably alleviated)

  • neck, shoulder and back pain will be reduced

  • discomfort of arthritis and rheumatism can be relieved

  • stimulation of the lymphatic system (assists in the elimination of toxins and poisons, cleansing and purifying of the system)

  • circulatory and immune systems are activated

  • brings strength to weakened muscles

  • disperses pain in tense muscles

  • digestion is improved (constipation and bowel problems subside)

  • respiratory system benefits as breathing and bronchial disorders are improved

  • regular massage enables you to detect illnesses at an early stage

  • rehabilitation – from surgery, emotional and physical injuries

  • helpful in addressing behavioural issues

  • improves awareness, communication and trust

  • deepens the bond with your pet

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